A destination wedding can be as cool and casual as you like. Want to wear flip-flops or barefoot and dig your toes into the sand at a beach wedding? You got it! No heavy brocade wedding gowns or stultifying tuxedoes required, either. Make the ceremony as short as you like, then strip down to your bathing suits and swim away. Or head to a patio, start the music and champagne toasts for a party that can last until the star comes out.
One such was the wedding of Eshaw and Sai, a wedding which we truly enjoyed being a part of right from the time I had a conversation with this beautiful couple.
The moment I spoke to Eshaw and Sai, we connected in lines of what exactly they wanted and from there on everything fell in place. Both Eshaw and Sai reached out to us about six months before their D-day and we started at once on collating it all together, starting from the overall planning phase with schedules and timelines along with some intrinsic checklists.
The couple finally narrowed down to going ahead with Radisson Blu in Mahabalipuram considering the planning and commute to this place from the different parts of the state. Both Eshaw and Sai where themselves in two different countries and so it was not always easy to connect with three different timelines but since we put all things together right from the start it seemed like a piece of cake and indeed made the experience a memorable one for the couple.
The wedding events were panned across two days, with day one being the one where the entire guest checked-in to the hotel and without further a due kick-started it off with a small Mehendi ceremony at a location overseeing the beach with perfect background music to go along with for that particular event.
This then followed into an evening of fun and dancing with the decor leaning towards a rustic theme and a DJ to ensure that everyone came off their heels and let loose.
The next day, started early with the wedding ritual having a mix of both the Tamil and Telegu community rituals, what I would say is a perfect blend of the two South Indian communities followed into a sumptuous meal. This was indeed the most-awaited day and it all perfectly came together with a perfect theme and what the couple wanted – A wedding overlooking the beach which served as a natural ambience any couple would dream of.
It was indeed another beautiful wedding that ended on a fruitful note and we would like to thank Eshaw and Sai and both their beautiful families for having allowed us to be a part of the big day.
Rohan Mishra Photography – https://www.rohanmishraphotography.com/
Vurve Signature Salon (Chennai) – https://www.vurvesalon.com/
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